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We are proud to announce that Daniel Campollo, a psychology student at Teachers College, Columbia University, has won our 2018 DiversityJobs Scholarship award. Daniel hopes that the Communication Sciences and Disorders program at Teachers College will better position him to become an adaptive practitioner. Daniel’s dedication, passion, and intelligence will no doubt allow him to succeed […]
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We are proud to announce the eight finalists for the 2018 DiversityJobs Scholarship award; they include engineering, psychology, special education, journalism and political science, English education, exercise and sport science, and law students. From hundreds of exceptional applications, we feel that these candidates showed the best combination of passion, integrity, and dedication to their chosen […]
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Even from a young age, I always knew I wanted to pursue higher education. While my father never truly completed his college education, my mother got her bachelor’s degree, and both of them had, and still have, high expectations for me. Not going to college was never an option for me not only because of […]
If you asked the majority of teens in today’s world what is the major they aspire to pursue in college, they would not have a definitive answer. But if you asked me the same question when I was eleven years old, I would answer, without hesitation, mechanical or civil engineering. Growing up, I always knew […]
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My work as a graduate student at Teachers College is inspired by my own educational journey. As a queer Taiwanese American man who grew up in a low-income, single-mother family, teachers were a valuable source of compassion, encouragement, and guidance. I want to provide the same mentorship to other young people. I began to seek […]